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A Little Something Different: Fourteen Viewpoints, One Love Story (udgave 2014)

af Sandy Hall (Forfatter)

Serier: Swoon Reads

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College students Lea and Gabe are in the same creative writing class and have the same interests, but it looks like things are never going to work out between them because Lea is a little aloof and Gabe is a little shy.
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Titel:A Little Something Different: Fourteen Viewpoints, One Love Story
Forfattere:Sandy Hall (Forfatter)
Info:Swoon Reads (2014), 272 pages
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What a sweet bit of fluff.

This reminds me of the romance novels I read as a kid -- I think maybe they were called Silhouette First Love or something like that.

Anyway, it's just all cute and nervous and wholesome and adorable.

Not a bit of brain power required here but that's a good thing. ( )
  hmonkeyreads | Jan 25, 2024 |
2.5 star

I liked it way more than I expected to, but I really only read it because I needed something light and airy to clear my head.
It had some nice reviews from some of the readers I follow with some not so great ones. I figured "Heck, why not?" and picked it up.

If you want cute and fluffy this book is for you (probably, book recommendations is a Serious Business I'll have you know).

The many perspectives were a rather interesting touch. It's rather hard to work it properly, so I'm glad it worked out (for me).

Loved Inga and Pam.
And the guy from pharmacy (who was included in one pov, Sam's I think?)
And the elephant-in-the-room conversation.

It was cute and sometimes amusing, but not particularly memorable.
I can live with that. ( )
  QuirkyCat_13 | Jun 20, 2022 |
This was such a super cute story. It's not something that I normally read but I've had this book since 2015. But I've finally read this and I actually liked the story and how it was written. BUt yeah it's super cute and the characters are lovely. ( )
  mythical_library | Jun 14, 2022 |
So different and so super unique that it feels like a romance book for those who aren't in love with the romance genre. ( )
  opinionatedgnome | Dec 6, 2021 |
This review published by The Children's Book and Media Review run by Brigham Young University.

Lea and Gabe don’t talk to each other, but everyone thinks they are destined to be together. A squirrel, a bench, a Chinese food delivery man, a bus driver, a creative writing teacher, and other side characters describe shy Gabe and his terror of talking to Lea and Lea and how she’s confused by how Gabe acts sometimes. They’re in the same creative writing class, have the same order of Chinese food, and show up to the same places, but their terror and confusion about what the other one is thinking keeps preventing them from getting together. When Gabe decides to deal with some of his problems preventing him from being able to talk to Lea and other people, both of them have to decide if it is too late for them or just the right timing.

Although at first the fourteen different viewpoints not including the main characters is odd, over time seeing Gabe and Lea through their eyes makes this romance feel special. It is a little hard to believe that so many people would be so determined to see them together, and the Bench and the Squirrel are unusual choices for narrative characters. The viewpoint characters also sound the same and sometimes lack their own personalities, but it is impressive how much personality we see of Gabe and Lea through them. Although the story isn’t that complex and some of the narrative choices weren’t as strong as they could have been, the sweetness and cuteness of the story makes up for any shortcomings for romance lovers. ( )
  vivirielle | Aug 4, 2021 |
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